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0001 # About Minuet 0002 0003 Welcome to Minuet: the KDE software for music education. Minuet aims at supporting students and teachers in many aspects of music education, such as ear training, first-sight reading, solfa, scales, rhythm, harmony, and improvisation. Minuet makes extensive use of MIDI capabilities to provide a full-fledged set of features regarding volume, tempo, and pitch changes, which makes Minuet a valuable tool for both novice and experienced musicians. 0004 0005 Minuet features a rich set of ear training's exercises and new ones can be seamlessly added in order to extend its functionalities and adapt it to several music education contexts. 0006 0007 !(http://sandroandrade.org/content/images/minuet-screenshot.png) 0008 0009 # How to build Minuet 0010 0011 install KF5 and Drumstick 0012 $ git clone git://anongit.kde.org/minuet 0013 $ cd minuet 0014 $ mkdir build 0015 $ cd build 0016 $ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=$KDEDIRS -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug .. 0017 $ make 0018 $ make install or su -c 'make install' or sudo make install 0019 0020 where $KDEDIRS points to your KDE installation prefix. 0021 0022 Note: you can use another build path. Then cd in your build dir and: 0023 export KDE_SRC=path_to_your_src 0024 cmake $KDE_SRC -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=$KDEDIRS -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug 0025 0026 # How to Create Minuet Screencasts 0027 0028 1) Start Minuet using qsynth as backend. 0029 2) Qsynth should be configured to use pulseaudio as audio backend. 0030 3) Make sure minuet MIDI output port is connected to qsynth. 0031 4) Use simplescreenrecorder application with pulseaudio backend, "Monitor of Built-in Audio Analog Stereo" source, MP4 container, and MP3 codec (256 bitrate).